Incredibly beautiful camps in private areas
Possibly the best safaris in Africa
With 2.3 million inhabitants in an area larger than France, one can easily feel the vastness of the wilderness in Botswana. The same applies to the national parks, where access is very strictly regulated in order to keep the visitor, animal and plant life ratio at a sustainable level. The Government of Botswana, which fortunately always favoured an exclusive eco-tourism, strictly monitors the quality and sustainability of the camps. You will experience safaris in areas almost untouched by humans.
The jewel of Botswana is undoubtedly the stunning Okavango Delta
, a flood zone in northern Botswana which is home to an incredible variety of wildlife and fantastic bird life. Our safari camps
are small and intimate and offer exclusive access to private game areas.
The cost of a safari in Botswana are very high but well worth the money. The best safari areas are located in the Inner Okavango / Linyanti areas and are only accessible by plane. This is where you experience probably the best safaris in Africa, as far away from mass tourism as it can get.
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Botswana is safe and enjoys a stable political system. Theft, molestation and begging are not common. One should not be afraid to mingle with the locals. The country has an effective zero-tolerance policy against corruption and collusion. Botswana's economy is based on the three pillars of tourism, diamonds and raw material production, and ‘Botswana Beef.
The lodges in Botswana operate in a sustainable manner with great environmental responsibility. However, the protection of animal and plant life can only be guaranteed if this model of operation is well established and economically sustainable in the long-term. The more successful the model, the smaller the chance that these wonderful ecosystems are destroyed or operated using a less sustainable economic model. Visiting the Okavango Delta, for instance, is a way to help preserve these unique floodplains and provide many people with jobs and confidence.
The exclusivity and intimacy of the lodges guarantee an unforgettable experience, but this comes with a high price tag. You can expect to pay more then CHF 1,000 per person per night. This being said, we do, however, know from many enthusiastic and well-travelled guests that the Botswana safari experience is unique and unbeatable.